Visited the Orangery Room after staying locally. Beautiful surroundings; Good Service, plain scone with clotted cream & jam absolutely yummy 😋 - good value for money.
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This was our second visit to The Powdermills House Hotel. We had asked for the same room in the cloisters...we were so so delighted to be back. The members of the team who were there on our previous visit..all remembered us and greeted us with...More
The Table d'hote menu has every taste covered and is only half the price you would pay in London. The restaurant was only a third full, which was a shame. It needed another waiter/ess or a head waiter to greet you at the door as...More
While at the Powdermills we ate in the Orangey and it was great. We had panini and sandwiches with side of chips The service is great very helpful and chatty. There was plenty of food with crisps and salad on the side. Lovely place to...More
We arranged a lunch for a family group of 15, for which a deposit was required. On arrival we were shown to a separate room adjoining the Orangery restaurant. The room was pleasant, and as it was a warm day, the outside doors were fortunately...More
Had dinner (and breakfast) here- quite good. The menu was interesting and varied, and the service was excellent.
Following on from my earlier Review. We stayed here for two nights in June with our dog. Food very good but a fairly limited Dinner Menu could prove repetitive for a longer stay! Background music a little 'dated' with playing 'White Christmas in June a...More
We were part of a group which varied from 22 to about 60 over four nights. We found the menu on each occasion reasonably varied. The service was good and the food appeared quite quickly once ordered. I particularly enjoyed the fish and the risotto.